As everyone knows Japan is a small Asian island country with a rich and enthralling history that goes back several millennia. Before Europeans landed in Japan and introduced their ways, Japan had fantastic Shinto and Buddhist temples that still stand today and are major attractions.
Wakayama’s fish markets stand out as a tourist spot, starting with the daily tuna auction that tourists can witness from the observation area as they sample sashimi. Seared tataki and sushi. The Kuroshio-Ichiba Market plays host to three thrilling tuna cutting shows that attract crowds.
The Nachi Fire Festival happens every July, it’s a festival that celebrates Nachi waterfall god homecoming. The festival has been taking place for 1,700 years and is a highly regarded sacred festival in the Japanese culture.
The Guinness World Record Holder
The small fishing town of Susami is recognized officially as the place where the world’s deepest underwater mailbox. Sitting …